Investment Site: Only Anti-Gunners Want “Smart Guns”

posted on May 14, 2016

The Motley Fool, a financial-services company that offers tips to potential investors, wrote an article pillorying the “smart gun” industry as lacking a viable market. Despite claims that the NRA is blocking development, the article points out that innovation on “smart guns” is stagnant because the technology doesn’t work reliably, and because most gun owners simply aren’t interested.

We’ve reviewed the most notable example of the technology previously and found it to be wanting; but as the media at large continues to blame the NRA, it doesn’t feel bad to be validated by an authoritative source well outside the pro-gun blogosphere.

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